This week, John Lahr reports from London on the smash-hit re-staging of the beloved American musical that has West End audiences dancing in the aisles and screaming for encores. Then Andrew Ryvkin joins us from Tel Aviv with his report on how, one year into the Ukraine war, Vladimir Putin—and many of the richest Russians—are avoiding sanctions. And speaking of war, Anna Winger joins us from Berlin. The creator of the limited series Unorthodox, Winger talks about Transatlantic, her timely and terrific new Netflix show, a black comedy set during World War II. All this and more make this week’s show one you won’t want to miss. Listen by clicking Play below. And be sure to subscribe at Apple Podcasts or Spotify so you don’t miss an episode.

Episode 132: Paying the Price—How Russia’s 1 Percent Avoid Sanctions

Plus: John Lahr on how Brits are going wild for a new production of Guys and Dolls; Anna Winger on her new Netflix show, Transatlantic; and more